Today, through August 4, join us in celebrating this year’s appreciation of archaeology in the state of Georgia. Here at UGA the work is always intense.
Assistant Professor Jennifer Birch has been awarded an National Science Foundation grant for a project called “Establishing a High-Resolution Framework for Age Determination.” This research will, for the first time, construct a high-precision radiocarbon chronology for select Northern Iroquoian…
Assistant Professor of anthropology and geology Suzanne Pilaar Birch had a dilemma. She’d just been offered her grant-funded fieldwork opportunity in Cypress, yet her son’s birth was just three months away. Was it safe?
One of Sammantha Holder’s research projects is her bioarchaeological engagement with massed remains of Napoleon's Grand Army soldiers and troop followers who were killed at once by the brutal onset of the Lithuanian weather while attempting an invasion of Russia.
The official blog of SMASH: The Singer-Moye Archaeological Settlement History Project. Investigations of a Mississippian town, in the lower Chattahoochee River valley is updated by Assistant Professor Jennifer Birch, who is running the 2017 field school.